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This is an example of the "scientific" carry-on here in France. This turned up in my Email this morning.
A Totally Corrupt Scientific, With More Interest In Funding Than In Health.
A government's famous scientific council, made up of eleven specialists, including Professor Yazdan Yazdanpanah, head of the infectious diseases department at Bichat Hospital, has refused to test chloroquine in a large official clinical trial.
To justify himself, he had cited "problems with drug interactions with other treatments in patients in resuscitation and the existence of side effects of chloroquine" Certainly there are serious side effects if one does not respect not the dosage, but it is a drug that has been widely used.
In fact, Professor Yazdanpanah wanted to focus on two other drugs:Remdesivir, an anti-viral that is not yet commercialised from the Gilead laboratory;
Kelatra (alone or with interferon beta), an anti-HIV drug from the Abbott Laboratories (AbbVie) laboratory, these laboratories are all large American companies.
Why, you might well ask??
Professor Yazdanpanah is paid by Gilead and AbbVie... and other pharmaceutical companies, of which he is a member of the Board. He is the head of a global research group around infectious diseases, a consortium of international financiers, GloPID-R, of which the Pasteur Institute is a part.
Here is a man who has some conflicts of interest, but who the authorities have chosen to listen, he who the "Macronie" has instructed to broadcast the "truth" on all news channels.
We would have to dig into the other 10 members of that board. Bruno Lina runs an associate laboratory at the Pasteur Institute and Simon Cauchemez is a researcher at the Pasteur Institute...
It is easier to understand why Professor Didier Raoult, a world-renowned expert on infectious diseases, has slammed the door on research into this questionable council.
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